anviksiki trayi varta
danda-nitis tathaiva ca
evam vyahrtayas casan
pranavo hy asya dahratah
anviksiki—logic; trayi—the three goals, namely religion, economy and salvation; varta—sense gratification; danda—law and order; nitih—moral codes; tatha—as also; eva ca—respectively; evam—thus; vyahrtayah—the celebrated hymns bhuh, bhuvah and svah; ca—also; asan—came into existence; pranavah—the omkara; hi—certainly; asya—of him (Brahma); dahratah—from the heart.
The science of logical argument, the Vedic goals of life, and also law and order, moral codes, and the celebrated hymns bhuh, bhuvah and svah all became manifested from the mouths of Brahma, and the pranava omkara was manifested from his heart.
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